When we unite efforts, we can create anything that our imagination wishes. Structures such as a huge skyscraper, a power plant or a steel mill can be created only by means of hundreds and thousands of workers who must invest their experience and work in the project, and then pinch off a little soul and pass it to their creation. And then the man-made giants come to life, launching their mechanisms and life support systems, and in their depths they create unprecedented household items, heavy machinery and weapons, electricity, or even disembodied big data. But the epoch of giants is finite... Technical and moral obsolescence of the infrastructure makes itself felt, and people leave the giants. Then they stand alone – eerie and covered with dust of ages, angry at the cruel humanity that gave them life, and then ruthlessly took away its meaning. And only the wind walks through the slits of the frames, the cracks of the glass and the empty eye sockets of the windows. And the giants fearlessly await for the ships of time and stand as monuments of the past generations.
released February 25, 2019
Musical and visual concept, mastering, artwork – USC-Team
Composition – Wintereason (1), Randolf Scand (2), Sheol (3), Derek Nigell (4), Platinum Sky (5), i.onizere (6), Okkulta (7), Alex Girin (8), WMRI (9), SyntheticBabka (10), Rick Skyland (11), Astrovia (12)
Synthesizers, programming, effects, writing, arrangement, recording, mixing – Marcus Denight (1), Alexander Girin (2, 8, 12), Marat Galeev (3), Derek Nigell (4), Andrey Kozlov (5), Ivan Sivkov (6), Nxiss (7), Mike Winchester (9), Andrey Lineytsev (10), Rick Skyland (11)
Photography – Pavel Pinaev
Textures – Felipe Venâncio
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